Wat Dis Book?……a take from the book titled Pigeon To The Max. Students read the book summary in pigeon and had to guess the book title. Just another FUN way we celebrated National Library Week here at Ke Kula Haʻahaʻa!
It was another day of sharing and the business of learning here at Ke Kula Ha’aha’a! Poem In Your Pocket Day was a great success and a bit more special because our dinning hall aunties and uncles shared their awesome poems with all of us during our lunch hour!
Another NLW activity happened in our Learning Center! Captain Mark who is an amazing storyteller shared his mo’olelo (stories) and mana’o (knowledge) about his naia (dolphin) friend…Le Dauphin. Le Dauphin is a 35′ inflatable which our Papa Malaa’o and Papa ‘Ekahi classes learned about his anatomy and characteristic while inside his belly! How FUN is that!!!
To celebration NLM……. a LEGO World is being built in our Learning Center this month!! For every item that a student borrow from the learning center, he/she receives 5 Lego pieces to add to our LEGO World!
iREAD! We READ too! Can you guess who?
Hele mai to the Hale Waihona Puke and guess who is behind his/her favorite Puke.
March Library Activity is in FULL swing in the CRBLC!
When Mama Llama reads a bedtime story to Baby Llama and gives him a good-night kiss!
Our KSH PTO Book Fair volunteers are ramping up to prepare for their annual PTP Scholastic Book Fair! You won’t want to miss this event! Feelin’ Groovy Book Fair….Peace, Love, Books! See you all at the Book Fair!
Today’s libraries are more about doing than borrowing – more about connecting than simply plugging in. A library card opens doors and minds. A library card is the easiest way to tap into your child’s academic success. With innovative programming, access to print and digital resources, and hand on training and mentorship through makerspaces, your child is sure to find something to spark their interest and supplement their educational experience. Visit your public library and sign up today!
Experts agree that children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not read often slide backward. (Reading is Fundamental – Keeping Kids Off the Summer Slide). This Summer READing Calendar was created so your child can continue his/her reading during the summer months in a FUN way!
How To Use Summer READing Calendar:
- Each weekday, choose a READing idea from the list
- Write it down on the calendar
- Put a √ next to the READing idea after you have completed the task
Click here to download your Summer READing Calendar